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Number Time

Join us for BabyFirstTV’s theatrical counting program, “Number Time”, where your little one will learn the magic of numbers by counting various objects. Baby will watch in anticipation as objects appear on stage and audio counts along. There are beginner and expert episodes, so watch your baby’s counting progress with each and every encore!

Program Schedule
See what time Number Time is playing!
PRESCHOOL BASICS
8:30 AM - 8:59 AM
8:53 AM
PRESCHOOL BASICS
1:00 PM - 1:29 PM
1:04 PM
1:08 PM
HOLA BEBE
3:30 PM - 3:59 PM
3:34 PM
3:53 PM
PRESCHOOL BASICS
5:30 PM - 5:59 PM
5:53 PM
Program Viewing Tips
  • Count out loud along with the show!
  • Use your child’s finger in the air to trace the shape of the digit on screen.
  • Explain that counting tells you how many things you have.
  • Use your fingers! It’s a great, concrete way for children to learn to count!
  • Number Time introduces young children to the concept of counting.
  • By showing both digits and groups of common objects, Number Time puts math into a familiar context for young children.
  • Around the age of two, children are able to count from 1-10.
  • It is normal for preschoolers to write numbers backwards at first.
Program Educational Values
  • Counting from 1-10
  • Identifying objects & numerating them
  • Identifying digits